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Saline Ettore e Infersa, Marsala

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Situated along the coast of Marsala, Saline Ettore e Infersa represents a fully functioning Sicilian salt mill that draws thousands of tourists each year. The picturesque site, with its windmills set against the backdrop of the sea, makes a lovely place to stop and take photos. Travelers interested in traditional production methods or local means of production will particularly enjoy learning about how this company harvests salt. After a tour of the grounds and its facilities, you can purchase related products at the on-site gift shop. To visit Saline Ettore e Infersa on your holiday in Marsala, and find out what else Marsala has to offer, use our Marsala trip itinerary planner.
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  • A breathtaking, unparalleled. At sunset particularly has maximum beauty. It's definitely the nicest thing about Marsala, I recommend you see.
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  • Salt flats. Windmills powering Archimedes screws. Good video showing the process. If you are already in the area then this is an interesting stop. I wouldn't go out of your way to see this. There are ...  more »
  • Unique in its beauty ... a little less the road fronting the stagnone, but absolutely worth visiting.
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  • Amazing view, if you are lucky you can see people working on the salt flats
  • Nice views of the salt pans and a nice bar and restaurant.
  • Not to be missed
  • Great place to visit especially at sunset to enjoy the various colors reflecting on water. You can only visit the mill at a cost of 7 € (from 9.30 to 18.30) or take a guided tour of the salt with visit of the mill included in a price of 15 € (from 9.30 to 19.30). At the entrance there is a bar, a happy return for aperitif time so as to admire the beautiful sunset. Lastly, parking is free although not large.
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  • A step back in time! Price 15 €, approximately 20 minute introductory film, then around the salt flats with final tour guide and Cato in the mill. I already knew the work of the masters of salt from the Salinas marine (different from mine: rock salt) However I appreciated the help information and its availability, the place is fantastic especially at sunset. Free parking and waiting you can do (10 €) a ride the boat of the lagoon. Being on site enjoyable even on slow along the coast by car.
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